Myanmar’s exhibition association seeks venues investors
Recently framed Myanmar Exhibition and Conferences Association (MECA) has connected with Asian Federation of Exhibition and Convention Associations (AFECA) and International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE) to spread the message that Yangon, the nation’s business focus, is in desperate need of foundation speculation.
MECA president Myo Thant, who is additionally joint secretary-general of the Myanmar Federation of Chambers and Commerce and Industry, decided amid the AFECA-IAEE Joint Meeting held in Kaohsiung on September 5.
Myo Thant stated: “Provincial and global exhibitions from nations, for example, Thailand, Vietnam, India and (South) Korea have been expanding step by step since 2012. The issue is scenes in Yangon are constrained and the biggest is a 4,500m2 risen office.
“Myanmar needs financial specialists and engineers. Another outside venture law is (right now) being drafted to enable us to get the help to fabricate settings,” he included.
In the meantime, MECA is additionally searching for subsidizing to help the relationship as it looks to grow its participation – which has more than 40 individuals – and to create labour in the business.
“We have asked for assistance from Taiwan External Trade Development Council and Thailand Exhibition and Convention Bureau to prepare nearby coordinators and teach the legislature to demonstrate the business’ outside trade esteem and potential,” he said.
MECA has officially connected to join AFECA, and all things considered Andrew Kay, director, advertising/participation enrolment sub-board of trustees, showed that the local body “will accomplish something when MECA turns into a part as an ever-increasing number of nations need to enter Myanmar to work together”.